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' "The Salt Lake tribtoojj Wednesday Mqkintn jTjsrE 8. 1904. H ,H
W byJBig Majority
'pRepublicnns Score an Overwhelming
Victory in Oregon at Election
B' on Monta3r
'flB'FfcORTLAND' 0r" June 7 That the
blvSttM RcPubl,can Prt' 1" th,s state
49rJT scored an overwhelming victory
HMK yesterday Is being made more up
jjRparent as the count progresses. Rc
"JjB'turns from Isolated counties arc com
; 'King In slowly, but those already rc
'we'eeived show that, like ihc more popu
aMjriated districts the citizens voted
'irajjl strongly for the Republican Congres
mTBM nlonal nominees.
o7S Unless all signs fall. Congressman
i iQBlBInger Hcrrmnn has been re-elected In
TjBtthe First district with a majority of
' JTOOO or thereabouts, while J. N. Wil- ,
s p?jliajnFon, the Republican nominee In the
tjj!4 Second district, rolled up a majority of
lsi iSi 1O'000. a"d later returns may swell this
i-v' 'rhe ncxt legislature will be Republl
rgW can by a good majority and Republl
pPtMcans were elected to most of the county
JK o065- -Returns from the Interior are
Ci!B steadily Increasing the vote for "local
'"SKoptlon," and although some of the
llaiiwB cities and larger towna voted against
Kthe measure, it Is probable that It will
1niJ carry with a good majority.
?ofP Beautiful Castiila Springs
Hotel now open Rates ?2 per day
UfeU and up Table d'hote meals, 50 cents.
(hftB Ppulnr-Pr!ce cafe. Special rates to
jjjffimillcfl and parlies. For excursions
.fPttfiti further Information address J.
TfsWdfityerp, 57- -South State. U. F. Vail.
l lis! Taken Froiii
! Coffin asid Revived
UTive-Year-Old Girl Has Narrow Es-
cape From Being Buried
y U3TJ5R. S. D., June 7. After ly
i Ins thlr'.y-ilx houro In her coffin,
?.-abel Faring, the five-year-old
! daughter of C. M. Faring, has
been revived. The child was saved
through the Intervention of Dr. E. S.
Norton, a relative of the family,
who was ;it the house to attend the fu
neral. Dr. Norton noticed the rosy
cheeks and unchanged appearance of
the chlVJ and refused to permit the cof
fin to be Hosed. Ke called other physi
cians and d.n effort wi?s made to revive
the chill. At last signs of returning
animation were noted. Half an hour
later the stethoscope Indicated a return
of strong heart action. An hour later
tho child was bleeping in the arms of
its niotber. With proper care the child
.will soon be in an advanced convales
I WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Rio GranGfl.
To St. tculs and return 542.60
To Chicago oJid retain 47.50
To St. Iouis and return via Chica
go, or vice versa 50.00
Selling dated Tuesday and Friday of
tfinal limit, SO days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to St. Louis without change. Choice cf
routes. See any I). & R. G. agent.
I Sleep Under Water
in Sobmanne Boat
Wonderful Test on the Fulton, Men
Remaining Submerged for
T EWPORT. R. I.. June 7. The sub
pl marine torpedo boat Fulton, which
1 was sunk to the bottom of the
ocean last evening for a test, re
mained there over twelve hours, com
ing up at 11:10 today. The men were
on duty In watches of two hours each,
the remainder oC the time being spent j
In reading, playing games and sleep
Ing. All the members of the crew
were In good condition today and ap
peared to have rested well. By order
of the trial board, fresh air was pumped
In every four hours. Naval Constructor
Woodward .said this afternoon that the
lest was in every way satisfactory.
Hitherto only six men have gone be
low foi any length of time, but on the
Fulton there were nine men, and they
could have stayed In the boat under
water ten days without coming to tin;
icl'dBiWhen they travel, go one route, re
"c(( turning another, in order to see all
rSMth country. You can do this on your
'(MB Eastern trip by asking for your tlck-iitdM.-ttB
at least one way Colorado Midland.
g'WWl Copts no more. Through standard and
f&rfjK tourist sleepers.
Vm Secretary Panama Canal Commission.
:'eM WASHINGTON, June 7. Dominic J.
eictK IurPhy, Commissioner of Pensions un
swKcr Cleveland, was today elected by the
JJmf Panama Commissioners as secretary of
3 that body.
i TEACHERS' RATES WEST
Via Oregon Short Line,
May 30th and 21t and Juno 8th and
ith aB follows:
Bait Lake to San Francisco and re
Los Angeles and return 51.50
Portland or Spokane and return,.. 36.50
Limit, 90 days; stop-overs going. Ask
agents about routes, etc.
jVBV Ring up 1053-Z for all Ttinds of re
JtSm Dalr8 or alterations on your buildings.
Screens and Job work a upeclalty. Esrti
&V malCB cheorfully given. H. F. "Williams,
SB M East Second South, (
From Census Bureau
Colorado Leads in Acreago, Utah Is
Second in the Number of
WASHINGTON. June 7. There
were 9,487,077 acres of land un
der Irrigation in the United
States in 1902. according to a
census statement. Colorado leads In
acreage, with 1,751,761 acres. California
follows closely with 1.70S.720 acres.
California has the greatest number of
Irrigated farms, numbering over 30,000.
Utah, with 21.CS4 farms. Is second, and
Colorado, with 19.S06, is third. In the
arid States and Territories the greatest
coBt of construction was 51S.8G per acre,
in Arizona. In California the cost was
$13.91, and in Colorado 58.42. The aver
age cost in Nevada was 52.99 per acre,
the lowest in the list.
Name a Ticket
George O'Malley of Butte Is Cho
sen as Gubernatorial Can
didate. HELENA, Mont , Juno 7. Socialists
of Montana in convention today
nominated George O'Malley of
Anaconda for Governor. They
will complete the ticket later In the
day. W. N. Holden of Butte. J. F. lia
ble of Chlco and Joseph Hoar of Butler
were nominated as Presidential elect
ors. The convention adopted a platform In
which all other parties are denounced
as the friends of capitalism and ene
mies of labor.
CHEAP RATES EAST.
Via Burlington Route
To Kansas City and return 335.00
To Omaha and return 35.00
To St. Paul and return 42.90
To Minneapolis and return 42.90
To Chicago and return '.7.50
To St Louis and return -12.50
One fare plus ?5 for round trip from
Utuh points to all "Western Passenger
Association territory. On sale May 30th,
Sl3t and June Sth, 9th. Return limit
good until September 15th. Stop-overs
allowed. Write or call on R. F. Neslen,
Gcnl. Agt, 79 V7est 2nd South St,
Utah Mao Eligible for
Baltzer'H. Jacobson Passes a Success
ful Examination and May
MONTREAL, June 7. Dr. Parkin
haa received at McGill university
tho report of O.iford examiners
upon the papers of. candidates
examined on April 13 and 14 throughout
the Unitod States and Canada which
have no colleges affiliated with Oxford.
Altogether 120 candidates have passed
from the- different Slate? and Territories
of the Union and thus become eligible
for selection aa Rhodes' scholars. They
Utah Baltzar H. Jacobson.
California Beverly S. Allen, William
Critten. Monroe E. Detch, Henry B.
Dewing, Farnham P." Grimth, Clinton
K. Judy, "William J. Musgrove.
ColoradoStanley K. Hornboeck, Eu
gene H. Lanahan.
Idaho Carroll H. Foster, Lawrence
Montana George R. Barney.
Oregon Harvey B. Densmoro.
Washington Joel M. Johnson,
Liewellyn G. Rallsback.
Wyoming Harold G. Merrlam.
Fraud Is Alleged
in Kg Contest
Injunction Asked Against Contractor
Proceeding to Irrigation Scheme
in Big Horn Basin.
CHICAGO, June 7. Fraud In a con
tract regarding Irrigative lands In
the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming
has been charged against F. C.
Rutan of this city In a bill filed here
today in the Circuit court by Duncan
C. Plumb, also a resident of Chicago.
It is declared that large property Inter
ests are threatened with ruin through
Rulan's alleged Illegal courec, W. R
Green of New York city is declared by
Plumb to have also been defrauded by
An Injunction Is asked against Ru
lan's proceeding with the work of de
veloping the 25,00-ncre tract the com
pany expects to Irrigate in the Big
Horn country. The court Is also usked
to force Rutan to assign the alleged
fraudulent contract to Plumb in trust.
The Big Horn Basin Development
company which prior to the advent of
New York and Chicago men was con
trolled by Omaha capitalists, is made
defendant with Rutan. So Is Solon D.
Wiley of Omaha, president of the de
FIRST EXCURSION NORTH
Saturday, June 11,
Via Oregon Short Line. One fare for
the round trip to principal Northern
Utah and Idaho points.
See any Short Line agent for full
City TJckctomcc, 201 Main street,
Salt Laker .ta
Swollen glands, tumors, white swelling, sores, pustular lSm
or scaly skin eruptions, flabbr muscles, brittle bones, weak
digestion, emaciated, illy-nourished bodies, arc some of QaK
tbe well-known earmarks of Scrofula. Scrofula is inher- Wi
ited. Parents too closely related by the ties of blood, or WwSl
tainted with consumption or blood poison, may look for
signs of Scrofula in their children. The middle-aged often mv
have it, but children are the chief sufferers. Scrofula 't'Ui
breaks down the vital forces, Cloveland, Ohio, August 11,1903.
and the blood becomes SO I inhoritod Scrofula from my paronts, and thin
vtit- inrl -nnrtr flint it dnp; nnt taonnB, of course, woak, impuro blood and a run
weak, ana poor mac itUOCS not dovrn dobllltatocl condition of tho system. I havo
nourish the body. The rem- boon nndor treatment of phyBicinna for quit a
fdv in oil snrnfnlnii'; aflTpr-- period at difforont timos, but their treatmont did
cu) in -'I scroiuious aucc adt do mo anything life tho ffood B.S. S. did JoBt
tions must be one that purines -wintor whonl'took it. It promotoo appotito and
the dison!pf1 blnnd builds un digestion, gives strength and onorgy, builds up
t ic aiscascci Diooa. inuias up the Renoraf hoaith in ovory way, anci in addition
the weak digestion, increases to being an ocollont blood puriflor. it adds to Its
the annetite and fives new succps3 as a rpruodvfor Scrofula. It did moro for
appetite ana gives new m0 than any thing I havo uaed. and with ploasuro
energy and strength to all I commond it. IR9. LOUISE COHEN
life's forces. No medicine has 122 Brovnoll St.
won so much fame as a blood pun'6cr ns S. S. S., and its tonic effects upon
rf3-0, system are not equaled by any other remedy. It
KCr CC? llla'ccS t-nc "cak, tainted blood rich and strong, and
Vy drives out of the circulation all tubercular deposits
hdj) jJ and morbid matter that cause the glandular swelling,
"o sa sores, abscesses, tumors and other horrible symptoms
that make Scrofula so dreaded and dangerous.
Write us fully about j'dur case. Medical advice will cost vou nothing.
THE SWIF7 SPSGBFiG CO., ATLANTA, GA
j Store !
g I These suits are just the very best
3 y S15 suits expert tailoring turns out.
BBBCfPMliWWM Cheviots, cassimeres, homespuns, silk j
III2 mixed worsteds and anything you'vo
S set your mind on. All the style agoing is put into these suits. Good I
J materials, stylish cloths, excellent trimmings. Such suits are sold I
in other stores for more money. a
j ONE PRICE TO ALL, 45-47 MAIN STREET.
SALT PALACE THEATER
The trouble at tho Salt Palace theater
has been settled. Mr. Heath, tho owner
of tho property, has taken charge of it
under tho management of Robert Athon.
A new bill has been put on. Tho actors
who suffered from tho disappearance of
Wilson have gone to fill an engagement at
Ogdcn. A strong company is now at tho
Yesterday's record at tho local office of
tho weather bureau.
Maximum tompcrature. G2 dog.; mini
mum temperaturo, &3 deg.; mean temper
ature. 50 deg , which Is i (leg. below tho
Accumulated deficiency of tompcraturo
since the 1st of tho month, 23 deg.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1. 1G do.
Total precipitation lrom 6 p. m. to 6
p. m., none
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since tho 1st nt the month, .03 Inch.
Accumulated excosn of precipitation
sinco January 1, 4.21 inches.
Temperature at Other Points.
Grand Junction t
Kansas City .....7S
lx)s Angeles 71
Pocatello i 74
SALT LAKE 2
San Francisco 2
St. Louis 74
St. Paul : M
Sued by His Doctor.
"A doctoi here has sued me for $12.50,
which I claimed was excessive for a
case of cholera morbus," says R. White
of Coachella, Cal. "At the trial he
praised his medical skill and medicine.
I asked him if it was not Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he used as I had good reason to believe
it was, and he would not say under oath
that It was not." No doctor could use
a better remedy than this In a case of
cholera morbus. It never falls. Sold
by all leading druggists.
Chicago (iirl Works
a Smooth Scheme
Passes Herself Off as Daughter of .
Wealthy Parents and Secures
CHICAGO. June 7. After securing
her wedding outfit by having the
goods charged to two men of
wealth, Rose Relfers, IS years old,
has been arrested while passing her
self oil as the daughter of Theodore A.
Kochs. She had ordered jewelry to the
value of $350 charged to Mr. Kochs's
account. The Jewelry consisted of a
diamond ring and a shirt stud, which
the young woman afterwards confessed
she Intended to give George Beckley of
Oak Park, to whom she Is engaged.
The girl's parents are well-to-do. and
declare their daughter had everything
she wished. Mrs. Relfers was pros
trated by her daughter's disgrace.
Mr. Kochs and A. Kawson Walter,
both reported to a local firm, the police
say, that their Jewelry bills were 5100
In excess of what the families had pur
chased. The matter had not been
cleared up when Miss Relfers entered
the store and selected the ring and stud.
She declared that she was Mr. Kochs's
daughter and tho Jewelry was to be
charged. Suspicion was aroused when
she announced that she would take the
articles with her, and she was arrested.
Detectives were sent to the residence
of Mr. Kochs, where they were Informed
that Miss Kochs was traveling In Eu
rope. "When they returned with this
information the young prisoner broke
down and confessed. She admitted, the
police say, that she had secured her
wedding outfit by passing herself off
aa- the daughter of wealthy parents.
While but two complaints havo come to
the notice of the police, they believe !
the prisoner operated more extensively.
' TEACHERS' RATES.
Via Burlington Route
To the World's fair without change.
The Pullman palace car that goes via
Burlington route leaves Salt Lake dally
3.15 p. m. Call or write and get par
ticulars. R- F. Neslen, Genl. Agt., 79
West 2nd South St.
I MAMMOTH I
low price sale; I
1 Will Commence Tomorrow, June 9th, at I
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE I
FOR TEN DAYS. I
I Dry Goods D'ept. GROCERIES. "SS.?? sol 1 I
y Three-gallon keg c 4 r m ,H
1 100O 25c Ladies' and Mleecs ift Fresh first-class Picnic ,n. Syrup ,.IU
Eg Sunbonnets Uw Hams, per pound UC Curtice .Bros, flno f ol 11
2B 01. Jam 72,C E
B GC00 yards very wde 'Embroidery, Dr' Salt Bacon. in Onp-nmiml cm flnPBt Ut H iH
I worth from 25? t0 35c per 71 per pound UC 0&fl0n 25c I H
1 . Eofor ZC Arbucklc's J5C White Navy Beans. Cr I
I Standard Calicos. c T , per pound .... OC jH
I per yard 3C rvnv 15c Brown Navy Beans,' r 1
H a per pound OC jH
I S3: 7y2c c: 5c T&'lrd ' 10c I
l Kts 25C Pr.L3-:.,. 5C Fresh Honey JQc I
1 B?2SSndSrTap,Ca' " 5C 3 pounds for 25c I H
I d'"' Embroidered 75 AFP?U"f " , Best Creamery Butter. nn 1
1 Walsts 3C Apcr pomVd0 6C Pr pound 20c H
I k?!10,8' s,lk 2 99 A No. 1 Flour, . 1 C f OH i 1
Waists guaranteed .pl.ZU "IT I-I ff rVT I lIH
Best quality Dress Glng- 7- Our famous Black English An wLvJl fl 1 lN VJL E HH
H hams, per yard ' c Tea, per pound tut. BBH
B Two-vard wide Linen Dam- rn 0ur famous Loose Japan qc Men'fl fine Dress Shirts, 75c rn. M
S nski fper yard.! T. 50c Tea, per pound and J1.C0 values, for tUC 1
BP A No 1 Matches, 1 z Men's Canvas Gloves, per n 0
1 1 12 boxes i-JC .pair , - UC H
B r wj T2CZ Try our farnU8 Mocha Jova Qflf or tnreo pairts for 25 cents. H
2 5nULl5 Coffee, per pound 3UC Men's Flannelette Gloves. t -yj B
Nice cleaned Currants. 1 n peralr "2 B
Ladles' Patent Tip. t tfl cr poum "' Mori's "Canvas Leather Tip -Lr M H
I very nice ' .pJ.DU Three-pound can Best Of). Gloves, per pair J''2C i
3 T ," ' ' , -Lard .. ou"- Men's Buck Gloves, r-n W
a Ladles Oxfords, new $1.25 Five-pound can Best cn per pair . OvJC a
8 and pretty ..j k OUC , T, tt.i , m
i iaru aien.a Horae Hide Gloves, rn. I
I Men's Flno Dress ti en Ten-pound can Best tft r'r per pair , .. ' 0JC m fM
B Shoes Lard i.UU Men.s bo3t 9.0uncc Bluo W
m - - - - 5-pound package Union Oats, ?CT Overalls, per pair DOC g jH
! . w,th Prlze Z,DC Boys' Bluo Bib Overalls, 3 jH
Notice 'to Ladies. pMUshB.r"?: ioc Bfg0"LorVment -onn I H
Scotch f)r for all. ages, per suit .UU M
All ladles making purchases In our Oats , , ut- Any Man's Suit ip on
Millinery Department will be proscnt- Best Mustard, -jc, the house f7.7U M
cd with a Beautiful Veil Free. per pound ZDC v M JM
, . , Best Pepper, nr. "VE WILL GIVE RED TRADING 1
Largo size handsomo Hearth Rugs. per pound ;. -C STAMPS to one and all during our sale flD
sold as high as $6 W $K50 LirKc buckets except on Groceries, Bring us your
eac" Jellj" OOC stamp books, Just as good as cash to I
. r,.n '" V"n'" , , us, and buy what ou want take caro fl IBflJ
v P'hcJ rB Icjcl J5C Q8"'fans flno 2JAc ' yur (3ol,ar6- Wo are giving you 1
Hose, per pair - wM- Syrup ,z'2l- KOods at half real value and Red IH
Medium heavy 15c Bicycle 1f)r Ono-half gallon can fine Tradlug Stamps thrown In. All our J
Hose, per pair .. Uw Syrup gojg arc nrst class and guaranteed. P J
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE I
BARGAIN HOUSE. I H
Hirst South Street. porner Richards I
WM, LANQTON, General 'Manager. " 1 H
Hk MfflPKrlB 25 dainty maids of ns many M!K
vBflk aSmmmEt nations, each holding her t , r A &Sm
NEW PICTURES iry'Ut!; A2 J -
set of pictures we have ever issued you know -what A' "U" sdmjB'
H that means. Full set free for 60 ..Turkish ' New Vorfi .ftsjjSP
I - House Slippers, Comfort Shoes and Strap Sandals for Women i
When your feet need a good resting try a pair of THE WONDER Women's strap sandals, good stylo, WOMEN'S COMFORT SHOES. We certainly lend Si jH
(these restful slippers, easy to the feet; still easier to two strap, patent tip, firm sole, a wonder value, SI .the bunch in this line. It is a hobby of ours; solid com- mfc
the purse. at 75o fort and wear combined. 4ti
jR Women's roomy-toe house slippers, turn sole, vnluo , Women's best serge comfort shoes, lace or elastic 9f
jjfa 85c regular, now 50c i THE RONA The best SI. 50 sandal ever made, now side, value SI at 65c SL
SI. 15. Hand-turned sole. 9 neat styles, a value you 9t
sD , -,,,,..., , read aboht but seldom see. , , , L A , , n , , , mtt. flflfl
Women's Newport tie, Juliet's elastic side or the - i Women's best SI. 50 kid shoos, comfort toes, at. ,. .SI J
Armchair Comfort Slipper (smooth insoles) double wear, Gk.
'house slipper sold hereabouts, value SI. 50, at. . .SI . 15 . , L nr. , !
wfg i Women s best S2.25 comfort shoes, lace or elastic 3 H
LQjfuffllSMQS' sides, nice shape, SI. 65. This shoe has double the wear jSt
S ' THE BIG SPECIAL Choice of any women's strap "ln!?f95WnPtf' f mBt Cmfrt shoes '
sandals in our store, value to S3. 50, at SI. 95, neat styles 'ill IrTj 0 I U i fltt of " "
in patent or kid, beaded or plain, one, two, three or jjytjjj ' Grover's est S2.50 standard grade laco of elastic